New York has established new quarantine rules for anyone who travels out of state to a state that does not border New York, or for anyone entering NYS from a state that does not border NYS.  States that border NYS include Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Vermont, and Massachusetts.  Anyone coming to New York from any other state must have a negative COVID test no later than 3 days prior to arriving in New York State, and must quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in New York State.  An individual may be released from quarantine if the individual takes a second COVID test at least 4 days after arrival in New York State and receives a negative result.  To report an individual violating the travel advisory by not self-quarantining, please call 1-833-789-0470 or your local health department.  For more information on New York State’s quarantine rules, please visit https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory.

New York State recommends that individuals avoid all non-essential international travel at this time.  The Canadian border remains closed to all but essential travel at this time.  The European Union is not allowing individuals from the United States to travel to EU countries until further notice.